Skip to main content


« Week of February 27, 2012 »
Start: 7:00 pm

Boston Phoenix reporter Chris Faraone has a unique understanding of the Occupy movement, having traveled around the country to visit the various camps. In his new book, he shares his insights, photographs, and new writings from his 99 Nights with the 99 Percent.

Start: 6:00 pm

The best-selling author of eighteen novels, including Sing You Home, Nineteen Minutes and My Sister’s Keeper, Jodi Picoult returns to the Coolidge for her newest tale. When prodigal son Edward Warren gets a call telling him that his father is comatose after an accident that has also injured his younger sister Cara, he returns home. But while Edward wants to terminate life-support, Cara holds out hope, and the two engage in a vicious battle over what it means to love and protect one’s family.

Starting January 9th, get a free ticket when you pre-purchase a copy of Lone Wolf at our store (617-566-6660) or website with the option to buy a second ticket for just $5. Any remaining tickets will go on general sale after February 21st. All tickets will be held at the Brookline Booksmith. TICKETS WILL NOT BE SHIPPED.

All pre-orders must be paid in full at the time the order is placed. Any unpaid pre-orders will be cancelled, and will not have tickets held for them. All tickets will be held at the Brookline Booksmith under the purchaser’s name. To claim them and your purchased copy of the book, please bring your ID with you to the event.

At 5:30 on the evening of the event, we will move the tickets to the Coolidge Corner Theatre (located at 290 Harvard Street, Brookline, MA). Please do not go to their box office; a Booksmith staff member will be distributing tickets to
the ticketholders' line. The line to enter the Coolidge Corner Theatre begins promptly at 5:30pm. Seating typically begins at 5:45pm. There will be no refunds for unused tickets. At 5:55pm on the day of the event, unfilled seats will go to those in the standby line. If you have any questions or would prefer to purchase your book/tickets by phone, please call us at 617-566-6660.

Start: 7:00 pm

When former Wall Street Journal correspondent Pamela Druckerman (Lust in Translation) had her first child in Paris, she started to notice that the French have a distinct style of parenting. In her new book, she shares how French mothers stay relaxed and independent while raising good sleepers, healthy eaters, and well-behaved, inquisitive children.

Start: 12:30 pm

Please call the store at 617.566.6660 to purchase tickets for today's event!

Michael Ian Black is a comedian (Stella, Wet Hot American Summer), screenwriter (Run, Fat Boy, Run) and author (My Custom Van, Chicken Cheeks). He is also, despite his best efforts, a "Yuppie A-Hole." In his new collection of essays, he muses in his deadpan, sardonic style on suburban life, from cruising for his inevitable "divorce house" despite being happily married, to the pros and cons of hamster ownership.

Syndicate content